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/ ɔlˈgin /
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a city in NE Cuba.
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Words nearby Holguín
hole in the wall, holeproof, hole saw, hole up, holey, Holguín, Hol Hamoed, Holi, holiatry, holibut, -holic
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How to use Holguín in a sentence
About seventy-five miles east of Nuevitas is Gibara, merely a shipping port for the inland city of Holguin.
Holguin is perhaps two hundred years old, quite pleasantly situated, but affording no special points of interest for the tourist.
It is rumored that Garcia has already sent an expedition against Holguin.
Holguin, Vocabvlario de la Lengva Qquichua, sub voce, cachipuni.American Hero-Myths|Daniel G. Brinton
On April 24 they put themselves at the head of a band of twenty men and, at Puernio, near Holguin, they proclaimed a revolution.The History of Cuba, vol. 4|Willis Fletcher Johnson
British Dictionary definitions for Holguín
/ (Spanish ɔlˈɣin) /
a city in NE Cuba, in Holguín province: trading centre. Pop: 278 000 (2005 est)
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